How to Recover Sub Frequencies

How to Recover Sub Frequencies

  Sub-bass sounds are deep and low-register, approximately below 60 Hz (C2 in scientific pitch notation) and extending downward to include the lowest frequency humans can hear, at about 20 Hz. In this range, human hearing is not very sensitive, so sounds in this...
Utilizing Tape Emulators

Utilizing Tape Emulators

  Although it is true that there are many different types of audio processing effects out there, one of them called the Tape Effect is particularly used in today’s music production. It introduces gentle compression and subtle saturation to the audio signal....
Make Wider Mixes With Mid-Side (M/S) Technique

Make Wider Mixes With Mid-Side (M/S) Technique

The mid-side technique is one of the most used tricks that helps correct the stereo sound image of the whole song, or individual elements in it. It introduces wideness, and you can find it in most compressor units as well within equalizers.   These days, many...
5 Essential Tips For Better Mixing

5 Essential Tips For Better Mixing

  Learning the craft of mixing is a difficult and dilatory process. In the next tutorial, we will try to point out five common mistakes that should be avoided during the mixing process.   1. Your primary task is to focus   Mixing requires dedication and...
5 Tips For Making Better Sounding Drums

5 Tips For Making Better Sounding Drums

  Today various tools can help you to mix your drum sounds. A vast palette of different compressors, equalizers, special dynamic tools like transient shapers will help you to achieve better sounding drums. Apart from that, in the next five tips, we will discuss...
Make Your Piano Stand Out in The Mix

Make Your Piano Stand Out in The Mix

  The piano sound can be difficult to blend in the mix due to its complex tone dynamics, especially if it’s not properly recorded. Therefore, in the next tutorial, we will show you a different approach that can help you make your piano stand out in the mix....